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Book Title: Horrible Histories Special: Dark Knights and Dingy Castles|
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The author of the book: Terry Deary
Edition: Scholastic Non-Fiction
Date of issue: February 7th 2011
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This book is amazing. In the usual equation of humor + violence + gore + good drawing = good book, this Horrible History focuses on the era of Knights. It has reports on battles and what gave who the upper hand. This book also contains information about ancient tournaments, such as jousting and melées and then teaches you techniques for winning them.
As usual, what Horrible History book would be complete without a timeline showing you the most well-known events of the time of Knights. Some of the most famous events include William the Conqueror and his friends making castles in England, and when they switched from chain-mail to complete iron plating.
If you've read any other books in the series you'll know these aren't exactly happy-happy-flower books but they're still very entertaining.
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Read information about the authorA former actor, theatre-director and drama teacher, Deary says he began writing when he was 29. Most famously, he is one of the authors of the Horrible Histories series of books popular among children for their disgusting details, gory information and humorous pictures and among adults for getting children interested in history. Books in the series have been widely translated into other languages and imitated.
A cartoon series has been made of the series of books and was shown on CiTV for a period in 2002.
The first series of a live-action comedy sketch show of the same name was shown on CBBC in 2009 and a second series is due.
Terry is also known widely throughout children and adult reading groups alike for his True Stories series (see below for series list).
He received an Honorary Doctorate of Education from the University of Sunderland in 2000. His numerous accolades also include the Blue Peter "Best Nonfiction Author of the Century" Award in the U.K.